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Washington Business Journal: EastBanc to Launch Retail Lab in Former Brooks Brothers Location in Georgetown

February 24, 2021

EastBanc Inc. has kicked off a conversion of the former Brooks Brothers store in Georgetown into a retail lab concept to foster the growth of local businesses at a time when many shops are fighting to keep their doors open amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Vogue: Our Readers Nominated These Small Businesses Across America for Vogue’s Retail Directory

February 21, 2021

Founded by Nancy Pearlstein 27 years ago, Relish is located in the heart of Georgetown in a modern multi-floor shop with polished concrete floors and sleek hardware railings.

InsideHook: How to Bake a Fish Packet Like Chef Matt Conroy of DC Bistro Lutèce

February 18, 2021

The Chef of the Georgetown restaurant on Wisconsin Avenue shares his recipe secrets.

AFAR: 12 Places to See Cherry Blossoms in the United States

February 17, 2021

Locals who think the Mall is old hat will visit in the evening after the crowds have gone, or stroll through Dumbarton Oaks, a beautiful (and relatively tourist-free) historic estate in D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood.

Game Rant: 10 Iconic Horror Movie Settings & Their Real-Life Locations

February 5, 2021

The Georgetown stairs featured in William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist are prominently featured throughout the duration of the film, and the distinctive appearance of the stairs is a good reason for it.

Washington Post: Georgetown Gains a Little Gem in Lutèce

February 5, 2021

The best place to dispatch Chef Conroy’s handiwork is in one of nine compact greenhouses lined up outside Lutèce.

U.S. News & World Report: Best Hotels in the USA

February 2, 2021

Georgetown’s The Four Seasons earned the No. 6 spot for best hotels in the country.

Architectural Digest: What These Reps Have Learned From Their Time on the Road

January 29, 2021

Road-based Designer Library is opening an IRL, gallery-style location in a town house in Washington, D.C.’s Georgetown neighborhood.

WTOP: Georgetown Sidewalks May Get Decked Out — Literally

January 26, 2021

The Georgetown Business Improvement District is seeking permits to install nice-looking, curb-level decking along stretches of M Street and Wisconsin Avenue to extend outdoor dining for restaurants and to create more room for pedestrians.

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